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Do you realize your feelings are trying to tell you something? Even our most “negative” emotions are bearing gifts, working hard to help us successfully navigate our lives. Award-winning author and pioneering educator Karla McLaren has healed her own childhood trauma, as well as helping others as an empathic healer. She offers to help us “meet our emotions and receive their life-saving wisdom” in return. You’re invited to learn how to embrace all of your emotions!
The early experiences of my life left me angry, angry, angry. Yet, when I went looking for information about how to heal myself and reduce that anger, there was very little information available. Now, there IS information. I’ve invited Karla McLaren to visit with me, The Emotional Pro, in order to bring you the best, latest, and most effective information on understanding and working with your emotions. This is what our show is all about. Listen to this show!! Click here to visit Karla McLaren's website.
Everyone's favorite blogger and social media expert, Karla Campos will be with us... She is also the founder of Florida Social Con... supported by the JGF® Organization™... She will be on talking about her conferences, blogging and social media trends / news...
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Why don't IT and Accounting understand each other? Why is the IT project failure rate so high and what are some key ways that accounting can help IT? We delve into these questions and more in our interview with Karla Sasser about her new book, FRIGGIN’ BEANCOUNTERS: Navigating the BS infested cubicles of the Accounting Department.
Karla Sasser is an accomplished Internal Auditor, CPA, CIA and new Author with more than 20 years’ experience in Information Technology and Accounting. Her areas of expertise include Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, corporate governance, enterprise risk services and IT auditing. Karla has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Information Technology.
For a copy of her book, visit, http://www.amazon.com/Friggin-Bean-Counters-Navigating-Accounting-ebook/dp/B00XRTNQL6/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1432924970&sr=1-1&keywords=friggin+bean+counter
Karla Sanjur, Cove Monitor from Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project will be giving us an update about Angel the white albino dolphin. As the 1 year in captivity anniversary of this young albino dolphin. Sanjur visited Angel at the Taiji Whale Museum along with Ric O'Barry.
Sanjur will also give us updates and relate to us the past two days she has spent in Taiji, Japn.
Come and join us and call in and speak with Karla Sanjur. Once the radio show starts a Skype logo will appear, its a skype to listen and talk. Or, Call in to speak with the host and guest at (424) 675-8287
Don't miss this show!
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Join us on Tuesday, April 7 at 11:00 am for our Voices of Hope Lunch Buffet. We'll be talking with Karla. She is a survivor, advocate and an encouragement powerhouse for others. We will be talking about how she used creativity to recover and about reestablishing relationships. Calls will be taken on-air and questions via Twitter @gaylecrabtree. You can also email quesitons or comments ahead of time or during the show at email@example.com.
Don't forget to mark your calendars and set your alarms. Voices of Hope with Karla will be a show that you won't want to miss.
This film addresses the need to bring awareness of LGBTQ children and youth within Latino American communities. It deals with homophobia from a yet unavailable perspective in our communities: that of a young, Latina girl. Films addressing homophobia often center teenagers or adults as protagonist, but the experiences of LGBTQ children remain invisible. The film provides young girls with artistic options in which to see themselves reflected. By focusing the film on precocious and precious children, we hope it provides a space for us as Latino Americans to teach tolerance and acceptance of LGBTQ children and adults. Ultimately, it is a story of dreams, hopes and friendship.
This film deals with themes of identity, coming out, anti-bullying, activism and friendship. What makes this film very special is that all of the characters are Chicana females. "I am committed to casting all Xicana actors and having as many women in leadership and creative roles behind the scenes." - Karla Legaspy
Guest | Karla Legaspy
Host | Xavier Mejia
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Joy Radio is honored to interview poet Karla Linn Merrifield on 12/10/14 at 11 AM, ET.
An eight-time Pushcart-Prize nominee and a National Park Artist-in-Residence, Karla Linn Merrifield has had some 400 poems appear in dozens of journals and anthologies. She has ten books to her credit, the newest of which are Lithic Scatter and Other Poems (Mercury Heartlink) and Attaining Canopy: Amazon Poems (FootHills Publishing). Forthcoming from Salmon Poetry is Athabaskan Fractal and Other Poems of the Far North. Her Godwit: Poems of Canada (FootHills) received the Eiseman Award for Poetry and she received the Dr. Sherwin Howard Award for the best poetry published in Weber - The Contemporary West. She is assistant editor and poetry book reviewer for The Centrifugal Eye (www.centrifugaleye.com), a member of the board of directors of Just Poets (Rochester, NY), and a member of the New Mexico State Poetry Society, the Florida State Poetry Society and TallGrass Writers Guild. Visit her blog, Vagabond Poet, at http://karlalinn.blogspot.com.
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you another episode of The Everyday Innovator.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: Karla Phlypo is an avid dreamer, builder, artist, and scholar. She holds a Ph.D. combining research in social innovation, knowledge management, and decision science. Her background is in automotive product engineering. Although she has many interests, the common thread is contributing to a culture of sharing and innovation through collaboration.
Highlights from the discussion include:
Karla studied how people participate in innovation environments (open, crowdsourcing, and collaborative communities)
Key contributors needed in innovation environments are solution providers that tend to be quiet (may not offer ideas until asked to do so), non-political, and boundary-less with a systems view
Organizational innovation is improved by knowledge managers who aid the flow of knowledge in an organization and identification of best practices
“Hardy perennials” are not flowers, but problems that keep showing up in product efforts that need to be pruned
Idea management systems that collect suggestions for employees can destroy trust when they don’t understand how their ideas are used – they can be counter-productive when not managed properly
For the month of March, we will be celebrating Women's History Month. This week our special guest is Mrs. Karla "Lola" Faulk. We will be discussing how women can make history in the marketplace as business owners and entrepreneurs.
Mrs. Karla Faulk, better known for Lola is currently serving as the Executive Director Florida Women’s Chamber of Commerce she brings with her experience in community relations, marketing, public relations, advertising, project management, event planning, and sales.
Prior to joining the Chamber, she was co-owner of the Marketing Chicks Group in VA where, she honed her business management skills, Networking Skills and found a profound sense of community with Women in business.
Lola, originally from NYC, has lived in Virginia for the past 9 years and has raised 2 magnificent girls. Melissa (21) currently serving the US Marines and holds the rank of Sergeant, Emily (15) currently a Sophomore in HS and runs her own small cosmetic business.
Convinced by her husband (Bill) Lola officially moved to Florida 2 months ago where she found herself in a bigger community of women in business and saw a grand opportunity to help support through advocacy, education, meaningful networking and above all else acknowledgement!
John and Karla team up today to bring in the New Year with some talk about CUBM, the coming semester, their upcoming trip to Kenya, and plans for the coming year. Join these two colleagues and friends as they talk about the work and school where they have labored together for the last 15 years!
LACK OF SLEEP HAS REACHED EPIDEMIC LEVELS IN THE U.S. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 70 MILLION AMERICANS SUFFER FROM A SLEEP OR WAKEFULNESS DISORDER.
HERE NOW WITH SOME EYE-OPENING INFORMATION ON THE IMPACT THAT SLEEP DISORDERS HAVE ON DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES IS THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE WILLIS-EKBOM DISEASE FOUNDATION, KARLA DZIENKOWSKI.
1. WHAT ARE THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF NOT GETTING ENOUGH SLEEP?
2. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CAUSES OF SLEEP DISTURBANCES?
3. WHAT IS RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME (RLS) AND WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
4. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO TALK ABOUT RLS DURING SLEEP AWARENESS WEEK/WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO TALK ABOUT RLS IN RELATION TO SLEEP?
5. WHAT CAN PEOPLE WITH RLS DO TO GET BETTER REST AT NIGHT?
Karla M. Dzienkowski, RN, BSN - Executive Director - Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation
Karla M. Dzienkowski, RN, BSN is the Executive Director of the Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation, also known as the RLS Foundation, located in Rochester, MN. In her role as Executive Director, Ms. Dzienkowski is responsible for supporting and upholding the mission and goals or the WED Foundation.